In a recent post up on IG, the radio and TV personality questioned the work of Nana Oye Lithur, stating that she counted up to 43 children at 37 traffic lights, Opeibea house via alliance to Kawokodi last night around 9:40 pm to 10:25 pm, leading her to wonder what the minister is doing with her post.
In her own words, here’s what she had to say (unedited);
“Dear Minister of Gender,CHILDREN and social protection,
Last night around 9:40pm-10:25pm, I counted up to 43 children only at 37 traffic lights,Opeibea house via alliance to Kawokodi..and I wonder what you are doing as a minister…these are children that are living on streets with no guardian or support….these are children depending on strangers…do we wait for them to be criminals before building them a prison???
Some of these children are used on daily basis to traffic drugs or robbery.
Dear Minister why do we focus on old people when we live in a society that helps the aged and ignore children that are so helpless…do you know these kids came on the street during your term as a minister and nothing has been done till now….
Have u ever wondered what they do when they are sick, Madam??have u ever tot of them as u think of your children or they are too dirty to fit in the shoes of your children???Have you ever wondered how many of them that are been killed on daily basis by drunk drivers or for ritualised purpose??
Nigeria didn’t get to where they are by accident in terms of terrorism. ..we can’t be thinking Peace when these children are left to think the society hates them!!! (they will come after us someday if nothing is done )
Madam when will my appointment to your office be approved since I have been waiting already for 12 months just to discuss the welfare of these children or u busy taking pictures at UN…hmmm
I will end here and ask President Mahama to come to the rescue of these children since we Ghanaians didn’t employ you….I will also ask u to ponder on Mathew 7:21 and remind you so long as you are not caring for other people kids,God is not interested in yours and also remember that Galatians 6:7 is assuring everyone that is helping you to ignore these kids that it’s a seed we are sowing so they shouldn’t be amaze when it ripe!!!
God bless our homeland Ghana.”